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Alpha Above the Rest by Ariccio50 Alpha Above the Rest :iconariccio50:Ariccio50 7 0 The Mummy - The Good One by Ariccio50 The Mummy - The Good One :iconariccio50:Ariccio50 7 0 The Devil Has Three Heads by Ariccio50 The Devil Has Three Heads :iconariccio50:Ariccio50 35 7 Saurian - Aftershock by Ariccio50 Saurian - Aftershock :iconariccio50:Ariccio50 27 9 Deum Non Amut Vos by Ariccio50 Deum Non Amut Vos :iconariccio50:Ariccio50 20 6 Beast of Kamata by Ariccio50 Beast of Kamata :iconariccio50:Ariccio50 18 5 You Cannot Kill the Storm by Ariccio50 You Cannot Kill the Storm :iconariccio50:Ariccio50 7 2 Flavors of Yutyrannus by Ariccio50 Flavors of Yutyrannus :iconariccio50:Ariccio50 44 18 Shin Godzilla Re-Upload by Ariccio50 Shin Godzilla Re-Upload :iconariccio50:Ariccio50 16 0 ITZ NIFEHED VZES GODZZILLA by Ariccio50 ITZ NIFEHED VZES GODZZILLA :iconariccio50:Ariccio50 14 0 Shin Godzilla by Ariccio50 Shin Godzilla :iconariccio50:Ariccio50 24 5 Happy Thanksgiving  (I Guess) by Ariccio50 Happy Thanksgiving (I Guess) :iconariccio50:Ariccio50 15 3 Quianzhousaurus  by Ariccio50 Quianzhousaurus :iconariccio50:Ariccio50 13 2 Mesozoica Velociraptor Concept Art by Ariccio50 Mesozoica Velociraptor Concept Art :iconariccio50:Ariccio50 15 34 Tyrant Lizard King by Ariccio50 Tyrant Lizard King :iconariccio50:Ariccio50 17 5 Tyrant Lizard King (WIP) by Ariccio50 Tyrant Lizard King (WIP) :iconariccio50:Ariccio50 22 9

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megazardY by MissMagnificent megazardY :iconmissmagnificent:MissMagnificent 97 5 Tyrannosaurus rex (2016) by LeviBernardo13 Tyrannosaurus rex (2016) :iconlevibernardo13:LeviBernardo13 53 5 Armored Sharktooths by 105697 Armored Sharktooths :icon105697:105697 41 4 Albertosaurus Profile by Dekerrex Albertosaurus Profile :icondekerrex:Dekerrex 43 10 Remake of Sound of Rain by JoshuaDunlop Remake of Sound of Rain :iconjoshuadunlop:JoshuaDunlop 158 24 Deep space by Tapwing Deep space :icontapwing:Tapwing 185 11 Retrosaur Challenge #3 by r-heinart Retrosaur Challenge #3 :iconr-heinart:r-heinart 93 7 Retrosaur Challenge #4 by r-heinart Retrosaur Challenge #4 :iconr-heinart:r-heinart 101 7 Barnosaurus by r-heinart Barnosaurus :iconr-heinart:r-heinart 70 10 Hyperodapedon trying to eat Peltaspermaceae shrub by Lucas-Attwell Hyperodapedon trying to eat Peltaspermaceae shrub :iconlucas-attwell:Lucas-Attwell 56 8 Carcharodontosaurids by Kronosaurus82 Carcharodontosaurids :iconkronosaurus82:Kronosaurus82 95 28 The Tiny Tyrants of Spec by Osmatar The Tiny Tyrants of Spec :iconosmatar:Osmatar 222 35 Middle of nowhere speedpaint version by Raph04art Middle of nowhere speedpaint version :iconraph04art:Raph04art 152 0 Swamp speedpaint version by Raph04art Swamp speedpaint version :iconraph04art:Raph04art 152 4 Reto Triceratops by jmichael0899 Reto Triceratops :iconjmichael0899:jmichael0899 18 3 Aleodon brachyrhamphus by Kana-hebi Aleodon brachyrhamphus :iconkana-hebi:Kana-hebi 102 7

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Alpha Above the Rest
This is another response to how Universal is handling it's monster movies. Another missed opportunity is the lack of creativity or exploitation of potential allegory that can be fairly effective when using horror and fictitious creatures. This is actually a piece of art that I made to accompany a rough draft for a script I wrote. I wonder if anyone can guess what the story or theme of the script was based on this picture alone...
(Also excuse the awful title, I don't wanna reveal the actual title for the script yet, in the unlikely event it gets accepted)
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The Mummy - The Good One
I was not very happy about this year's rendition of The Mummy. I'm not happy with the state of horror in general as of now. In fact, aside from what Japan and Legendary Studios are doing (with a few exceptions), I ain't really a fan of how monster movies are turning out as of late.  But by far, The Mummy takes the shit-cake unlike anything else recently. It fails as a monster movie, as a horror movie, and as a setup to Universal's Dark Universe (which is a goddamn stupid name). Universal has recently been acting way too much like DC, as in, it very much tries to get attention from Legendary's Monsterverse by saying, "Hey! We can do that, too! Watch, mommy, watch! We made a cinematic universe with only one movie!" I fucking hate everything.
So a while ago, I made this very quick piece of art, reflecting the direction that The Mummy, and the Darkiverse, as a whole, should've taken in terms of tone and pacing. Not much to say about the art itself, but I think it still manages to speak for itself. I'm interested to hear what others thought about the way Universal is handling it's Darkwing Duckiverse and how they think a film like the one this art is reflecting would turn out in comparison.
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The Devil Has Three Heads
"It was November, 2016. By this point, I thought I would be able to expect everything. I have seen life-forms of every shape and size, studied their radioactive makeup, and watched them fight in the cities like they were in a concrete jungle. Me and Serizawa thought we had seen it all. But we got a call from one of our expedition teams, and they found something in the Antarctica. Something extraordinary in size and scope. Upon receiving the call, we had prepared to venture out to the South Pole as soon as possible. It took less than a day to organize.
"The destination was a huge chunk of glacier, almost large enough to be a landmass. Satellite imagery had not even picked up this sheet of ice until about a week ago. When we arrived at the site, we were greeted by a man in a thick yellow jacket, telling us to tread carefully. The sheet of ice we were standing on was melting incredibly fast, and it could break at any moment. A mining team was busy carving huge monoliths of ice cubes in a slow and precise manner. Huge cranes stood over cliffs of tundra that stretch down at least half a mile. Stairs were carved into the glacier to allow small mining vehicles to descend into the center of the iceberg. The company was mining a bowl larger than a football stadium. It was as though they were drilling for oil, but it was a resource far more volatile than any fuel. Huge electrified cables surrounded the shores of the ice sheet. It was apparent that whatever lied here could be considered as dangerous as the M.U.T.O. at Janjira. Not a good introduction to our newest quandary, but I assume Monarch's security and defense initiatives have learned from previous mistakes.
It took us twenty minutes to climb down into the center of the glacier. We were not allowed to fly down in a chopper in fears of accelerating the melting process, so we complied. Needless to say, it was a terrifying descent. Our humvee nearly slipped twice on the way down. But anyway, while I was down there, I could faintly make out a silhouette, one that puts the size of Gojira to shame.
"On one end, two slim extensions stretched out about the same length as the M.U.T.O.'s torso length, ending with disk shaped pads. These seemed to be the creature's tail, but we still have yet to get a clear view of the entire body. In between seemed to be huge, fin-like extensions. Perhaps they were wings? The wingspan was over twice the animal's overall length, and it made me curious to see what it looked like when it would fly or swim.
"But there was one feature that caught me off-guard. On one end of its body, three long, almost arm-like, extensions grew from its body. They were wide and splayed out, like the foot of a bird. Near the end, several horn-like protrusions took residence at the back of what seemed to be three heads. The one in the middle was much larger, and adorned with many more horns, spines, and scutes. It was certainly an intimidating figure.
"I recall seeing a shape similar to this on several cave paintings found in an underground reservoir in Vietnam. Discovered in the 1960s, these renditions depicted ancient religions that have been lost to time. They forewarned of four creatures. Gojira was one of them, but on one of the craggy walls was an illustration of a massive, storm-summoning pterosaur. Then there was another of a large moth, worshiped by the people in hopes that it will bring rain, peace, and unending grace. The last painting... Depicted a beast of unimaginable horror. They had a name for it, but it was so taboo and so fearful that the aborigines who described it refused to record its title. It was a three headed wyvern, with the ability to control the skies and death itself.
"When I came here to Antarctica, I was expecting another large reptile, or perhaps a giant invertabrate. What we got was a spiritual and terrible beast. Further studies indicate that the premonitions detailed in Vietnam were no exaggeration, and if this thing were to escape, conservation for mankind would become a necessary action to take. Ancient texts and scriptures lied to us. Baphomet was not a red, seven headed beast. It was gold, and the Devil has three heads. And Ghidorah may have the chance to prove that he is worthy of that title."

- Dr. Vivienne Graham
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:iconkronosaurus82:
Kronosaurus82 Featured By Owner 1 day ago  Professional Artist
Thanks for the watch. :)
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Lorenzo-Franzese Featured By Owner Oct 17, 2017  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Happy birthday!
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Mavricot Featured By Owner Oct 17, 2017  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Happy birthday Happy Birthday Grin
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Zhombah Featured By Owner Sep 29, 2017  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thanks so much for the watch!
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Ariccio50 Featured By Owner Sep 29, 2017
Thanks for making good shit, man!
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TDC-Art7 Featured By Owner Sep 2, 2017  Hobbyist General Artist
Thanks for the watch and the faves!! :)
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Ariccio50 Featured By Owner Sep 2, 2017
And thank YOU for arting very goodly!!
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TDC-Art7 Featured By Owner Sep 2, 2017  Hobbyist General Artist
:)
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Carcascan Featured By Owner Aug 12, 2017  Student Digital Artist
Thank you for the watch Ariccio!
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Ariccio50 Featured By Owner Aug 12, 2017
No no no no! Thank YOU!
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